This is a stretched and mounted gallery-grade canvas print. It features the scripture passage, "Be ye not conformed to this world..." Romans12:2.
Scripture Subway Sign Backstory:
One of my own personal struggles is over-thinking things, so this scripture is very dear to me. I wanted to create a feeling of disorder for the background with an aged and inconsistent pattern. Its hard to follow, like life can sometimes be. But instead of trying to keep up with all of the change, we need to keep our feet planted, and focus on what is good and acceptable in the eyes of God. Too many of us spend our lives trying to get it right. We fail to recognize the fact that what's right for one isn't always right for the other. There's a plan and path for all of us. Just as we are all individuals, so are our journeys. Don't let the opinions of others determine your direction. Just do good by God and before you know it, you will have found the path that was designed just for you.
All canvas prints are professionally stretched and mounted over real kiln-dried pine. do not require framing, and arrive ready-to-hang with a professional dust-cover backing and wire hanger.
My canvas prints are produced on Artisan Archival Canvas by Fredrix, the top brand in giclee canvas. Images are printed with archival grade Epson Ultrachrome GSX inks. The finished print has gorgeous luster appearance which works beautifully for both art reproductions and photographs (because I produce designs with photos included and without photos included, this is extremely important to me). It is a poly/cotton blend, 2-over-1 canvas and was specifically designed to create beautiful prints results with exceptional contrast with a consistent canvas texture. Best of all, the Epson Ultrachrome GSX inks give it added durability, so the prints are both scratch and smudge resistant too!
All canvas and fine art prints are produced on archival grade canvas or papers using archival grade inks. When properly displayed and cared for, your completed canvas will last up to 200 years!